Conspiracies on to keep MQM away from polls: Sattar






Conspiracies are being hatched to keep the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) out of electoral process, party leader Farooq Sattar said on Friday.

Addressing a press conference, the MQM leader said his party was being forced to boycott elections while the mandate of MQM was being snatched under a planned conspiracy.

Sattar said delimitation of constituencies in Karachi was also part of the conspiracy, however, he added that the MQM would not boycott the forthcoming elections.

“The party’s candidates, activists and supporters are being killed under a planned script and its purpose is to compel the MQM to boycott the upcoming elections,” he claimed.

He further said door-to-door checking in the name of search operations was being conducted in 30 localities of Karachi.

“All political parties are working on their election campaigns, while the MQM is lifting coffins of party workers prior to the polls,” he lamented.

“Killings of the workers and supporters have become a routine.”

Condemning the killings of party activists, Sattar said funeral prayers of “our political worker was offered today in the morning and in the meantime, four more supporters were killed when the preparations of the worker’s burial were in progress”.

Armed terrorists kidnapped the party’s supporters and tortured them to death, while their bodies were thrown in Mewah Shah Graveyard, Sattar added.

He said the MQM would issue its final list of candidates for polls tomorrow.


  1. Do we have anything like government? If we allow killing of them, she should be prepared for killing for all.

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